Garden of Remembrance, Dublin

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Find a quiet place to sit and reflect at Garden of Remembrance, a garden designed by Daithi Hanly and a memorial dedicated to the lives lost for the cause of Irish freedom. Look for the sunken water feature in the shape of a cross, as well as the memorial's focal point, a statue called "Children of Lir" by Oisin Kelly. Queen Elizabeth II visited in 2011 and laid a wreath here. Make Garden of Remembrance part of your personalized Dublin itinerary using our Dublin holiday planner.
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  • This is such a peaceful and tranquil place to visit, the gardens are lovely and well kept and could not believe how close to O'Connell Street this beautiful tranquil place was but when inside you woul...  more »
  • The Garden of Remembrance is one of the most peaceful places in Dublin. Celtic symbols, patches of grass and a beautiful fountain all mingle there. It is also a memorial for those who died for the cau...  more »
  • Very nice Park with water tanks and sculptures of children that supposedly from an old Irish legend turned their stepmother in the swans. Before the Park costing lots of buses or walk to the busy about can be ' Connell street down to the River Liffey. In March 2017 rather stíženo large amount of construction work in the middle of a belt intended for street walking.. ...
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  • So peaceful. Unfortunately they are doing repairs work so we didn't see it in its full glory this time
  • It's wheelchair accessible which is great but it's not the prettiest monument design.
  • Small city memorial garden dedicated to Ireland's military and founding fathers and mothers.
  • A lovely green place in Sublin to spend an hour on a sunny afternoon. I recommend visiting the Writer Museum next to the park if you are interested in Irish writers
  • A wonderful peaceful place for contemplation. A historic place in Irish history for 100 years